778-231-6924 Cellular Phone from Vancouver, BC

  100% Scammer

2 users reported receiving scam calls from this number.

  0% Missed Calls

0 users received missed calls.

  0% Automated Calls

0 users received automated robodialler calls from this number.

  0% Other

0 users noted this number as Other.

  0% Hung Up

0 users reported the caller hanging up, or hanging up when the call is returned.

  0% Not Sure

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Location: Vancouver, British Columbia

Zip Code: V7y, V7x, V6z, & V6t

County: Greater Vancouver, BC Canada

TimeZone: PT (UTC -08:00)

Company: Bell Mobility

Phone Type: Cellular (Dedicated)

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  • 778-231-6924

    This SMS message left : Dear Bell(virgin) mobile client, our record shows you have a refund. Follow this link: http://onlinetranscollectmobility4433.xyz/ please allow 24 hours to complete the transaction. Note: This message was sent to a Bell hub (BS clue #1), and it included a non-descript link (BS clue #2).

    2018-05-18 23:10:46Flag This Comment

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  • 315-384-9574

    Caller ID said Norfolk NY. Left unintelligible message, women's voice, computer-generated. Only a few words can be heard: fine, urgent, and the phone number. Everything else is crackly and garbled. I deleted and blocked number.

    2018-06-18 23:05:08  Flag This Comment

  • 407-952-3451

    keeps calling

    2018-06-18 18:59:03  Flag This Comment

  • 504-881-1035

    SCAMMER

    2018-06-18 18:08:26  Flag This Comment

  • 281-826-6130

    Called to ask for our company's headquarters, then hung up.

    2018-06-18 15:04:12  Flag This Comment

  • 210-468-6277

    Called about a job and wanted me to answer questions, but refused to give any information about the position that was to be given. Stated that they found me by my resume, but then knew nothing about what I do.

    2018-06-18 14:54:17  Flag This Comment

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